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I of which win from two to three feet They readied Fort
Llertmis Juui; 1. At Ml Laramie and Kearae y
i they we:e trying to protect the troops agamat the iaten
hsity of th? weather. At lndepenoeooe, a c espatch had
hc?u rccctved to HBd the mtlitia to the borJer cvuntiea,
and they would lwadezvons at Port Scott.
Ictelligitee freno Kansas to the 29th ult. states that
i 1he Kiekapoo had commenced racking preparations to
drive thu h? State lucn from their claims.
OeitioettMi of Um NMp Telegraph toy fire.
H>lt,mohk, March 1, 1856.
The *Mp Telegraph, from Boston, reported ua fire at
Savatnah, was totally destroyed. She had 6,000 barrels
ef flour oo board, pert of whioh was burned, and the re
Minder hetly damaged.
hew Orleans papers of Sunday last are at hand.
Acqelttai of Uheinsn at Chnrietton.
OiAJiiwro.N, 8. C., March 1, 1856.
I.afceie..n, the mate of the ship Ariel, who has been on
trial here for the murder of Captain Eayres, has been ac
quitted. Ail the parties indicted for the crime here now
betD tr,?d and aoquitted.
Marine Disaster.
Boston, March 1, 1606.
Tie (tshix ner Genera) Clinch, from Boston for New
York, put into Stoningion yesterday, leaking badly, hav
ing (truck on Watch Bill.
Markets.
TBlLADhLimiA STOCK BOARD.
PBnuDELrau, March 1, 1856.
Sleeks are steady. Qaotations are as follows l'eau
tiyhrania Fives, 86; Reading Railroad, 46 }i ; Leng Inland,
?Jt; Morris Canal, 16??; Pennsylvania Railroad, 45.
Beet* dt Co., Fuelonable flatten, 150
Baaed way . have ready, and now offer for sale, (be spring and
summer fashion for gentlemen's hat*, made with their im
prtved ventilator, which, combined with other Imororemeat?.
tenders their hats lighter and mora ewafortable to loo bead
than any ever offered to the public.
Gcnln will lease hit Spring Style off Gen
tlemen's hats tor IWti, on Saturday, March 1. OKffl Jf,
No. 214 Broadway, opposite Sr. Paul's church.
A Case off Paris Hale, for Gentlemen, J out
received by QBNIN, No. 211 Broadway, opposite Si, Paul's
church.
Window 8Mei, White abd BatT Hollands,
dDeloth. table covert, picture cords, tasseliLAc., at maoufso
tarer's prices, by WOODFORD / WEMPLK, 68 Catherine
sweet. Country merchants supplied at the lowest prices.
Vsme^typi s, All? types, Every Type.?
The most flattering and beautiful is the cameo? type, taken
saftr at WILLI ANSON'S, Brooklyn.
Photographs on Bl?k.? Meade Brothers
fcen leave to announce a new and valuable discovery? the
:*k>ng of photographs on silk. Specimens may be seen in tie
galleries. LUeneseen and views can be taken on handker
chiefs badges, Ae. 333 Broadway, * doer* asove As'or House.
To the Fire Department.? Smith Brothers,
122 and 140 Fu', ton ktrnet, have just received <1,000 yarda of drab
kersey beaver, which they are making up In line clothes.
Tbcse about purchasing would do well to give them a call.
' Tbeir reputation lor mating fine clothes Is well known through
the Department. Samples of their style of lire coats can be
seen at their establishments.
Plimpton's Secretary Bedstead Yearly Saves
tts price In rent, instantly converts a parlor into a luxurious
sleeping apartment. Sold by the patestee. wholesale and re
ail, and on quarterly and monthly payments, at 62 White
street, third door from Broadway.
mi proof safe, with Hall's patent powder prsof lock- )
Seived prise medals at the World's Pair, London, 1S6L
$4eM Palace. New York, UU-'M. SILAB ?. HBJUt
t 00., Mb, 197 end 188 Water street. N. Y.
Defiance Salamander Safee? Robert 91
PATRICK is the so'e manufacturer in the United States of the
above celebrated safes and patent powder proof defiance locks
and cross bars. Depot 192 Pearl street, one door belsw Maiden
lane.
|15 Only tor a Homestead ?A Few Reserved
ball ding lots m the flourishing village of Lakeland, L. L, SO by
308 feet, and fittv farms, will tie divided among 3JS0 subscribers
CD the 4th of March, giving to each, tor only fill, payable In In
stalments, a farm of from two to twenty acres, or a building
let, equal to tour city lots. TOs village is building up fast;
aoerehsnla and mechanics are locating here. A steam engine
ef twenty hnrs ) power has just been put up. For a share ap
ply immediately to CHAH. Wood, 208 Broadway.
Singe* 's Hewing Machines.? All Persons who
wish for information in regard lo sewing machines, can obtain
it by applying at our office for copies ot 1. M. Singer A Co.'e
Oazette, a paper devoted entirely to the sewing machine in
terest. Copies supplied gratis.
f. M. SINGER & CO., No. 323 Broadway.
Batchelor's Hair Dye? Wigs and Toupees?
The best In the world. This unrivalled and original dye Is ap
plied in twelve private moms. Batchelor's wigs and toupees
have improvements overall others, being chef d'eeuvres at
elegance and durability peculiar to this establishment.
_ BATCHELOR'S, 233 Broadway.
ChiMatoM Mate Dye, Wigs and Toupees
santle aflmtoatkm among all soaaolsseurs in art A suite o '
elegsnt private apertmenlaforapplylng his Incomparably dye,
Be only reliable article of the kind. Wholesale and retail at
rejKTADOHO'B, No.18 Aster House.
Pkalsa raphlse Lodon or Ploral Baautlfler,
, Ms ksisSfjIng the complexion and removing firsckles. tan,
hm^^^^mimpies, spots, stuns, scalds, stings, chapped Hps,
andkaada. For mle by fZoonT and aU
?A Perfumed Breath.? What Lady or Geu
^?n would remain naier the eurse of a disagreeable breath,
by nsbig the " Balm ot? a Thousand Flowers1'' as a den
???b would not only render It sweet, but leave the teeth white
ee alabaster* Many pereonsde not know tbelr breath Is bad,
nad the subject Is so delicate, their Wends wilt never mention
M. Four a single drop of the "Balm" on your tooth brush,
sad wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty cent bottle wUJ
last a year. For sale by FETRIDU 2 A CO., proprietors, aad
ml druggists.
P? a? 1? of the Langs? Notice.?
Dr. Robert Hunter begi to inform hla patients In Philadel
phia that be baa opened an establishment In that city, under
the profmkmal charge or Dr. F. Mono*, (or the special treat
ment of diseases ot the throat and long*.
Dr. If croon I* a member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
London, and hae enjoted, both In that city and New York,
: and great experience In the treatment of pulmonary af
Dr. Hunter would alao elate, for the Information of hla pa
tients realdlrg in Baltimore and Washington, that Or. John
Blisaard Williams will hereafter be associated with the Balti
more offlee.
Tbeee arrangements have been rendered necessary by the
Bowtkcf the practice In Philadelphia and Baltimore, and br
the retirement ef Dr. James Hunter in consequence of ill
health. Patients in these citics will In future enjoy not only
all the advantage of Dr. Hunter's adrfce, but the additional
benefit of the personal care and supervision of skilful and ac
complished resident physicians.
Is the Specialist and Journal of Disease* of the *Cbe<t for
February, an extended explanation of Or. Hunter's view? and
treatment will be found, with much additional information,
which should be read iy every one predisposed to or suffering
Crorn any affection of the throat or lungs. The Specialist can be
procured of the publishers, Messrs, Sherman A Co., As1 or
Bouse. Persons residing at a distance, who are prevented
by the state of their health, the weather, or other considera
tions, from visiting the city lor advice, can be prescribed for
by letter. In such caeealt ia necessary that the patient should
carefully describe the preaent symptoms and the past history
of hla disease. To render such description more exact, a list
rtqunmabas been prepared, which will be sent, with a
specimen ofthe Specialist, on application to either of the
^J^r^ork? 'dt/rOBURT HUNTKR. 8M Broadway.
Philadelphia? Dr. F. M0R80N. 302 Walnut street.
Baltimore? Dr. J. B. WILLIAMS, 62 Worth Charles street.
Rote.? Dr. HTTNTRR may be consulted personally as here
tofore Cram 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. dally.
Hollowsy'i) Ointment and PlUh? Unlike
the mineral preparations that drive the virus of eruptions and
aorea into the vital organs, this marvellous ointment discharges
" the poison before it heals the flesh. The pll s inevitably cure
dyspepsia and all bilious disorders. Sold at the manufactories,
80 valden lane, Bew York, and 244 Strand, London; and by
all druggiata 25 cents, til % cents and tl per pot or box.
Dr. Alleerk'i PI sister a, from their Peculiar
qualities and mechanical arrrngement of ingredients, produce
a genial warmth on the parts to which they are applied? often
giving relief at onoe. In asthma, in pains and tightness oi' the
cheat, tbey are unrivalled. In lumbago and chronic rheuma
tism. they give ease when all other local applications have
failed. In sprains, bruises and affections of the kidneys, they
are beyond all praise Recommended l>y all physicians ac,
q (tainted with their warming, ilexible and porous qualities,
bold at 2ft cdbts each, by T. aLLCOCK A Co., Brandreth
Building; at Burnton's liookstores, 296 Bowery anil 241 Bud
son street; by Mrs. Hayes, 17S Fulton street, Brooklyn; and
by all druggists In the city and country.
Harried,
On Friday, Feb. 29. by Rev. D. S. Parmelee, Mr. Tho
mar Uahkr to Miss Rachkl Kluott, eldest daughter of
William Elliott, Esq., all of this city.
On Monday evening, Feb. 26, by the Rev. James Mil
lett, at hit-residence, No. 171 East Seventeenth street,
Mr. ftaoRai W. Wh.kins, of Dover, N. H., to Miss Mart
EujuraXH Sarwiild, of this city.
DM.
On Friday, Feb. 2?, of cancer, John Gillkori Watson,
?n the 64th year oi his ace.
His friends, the friends of the family, the membert of
Pacific Lodge, F. A. M., and the fraternity in general, are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late
residence, No. 127 East Twenty-sixth street, tUM after
noon, at one o'clock.
On Thursday, Feb. 28, Maky Eliza McLiod, wife of
iAghlan Thomson, aged 37 years.
The relatives and friends of the family, the Father
Mathew U. B. Society, and the order of the United B ro
ll era, are respect ftilly invited to attend the funeral, with
out further invitation, from her late residence, No. 39
West street, at one o'clook this afternoon.
on Saturday, March 1. after a short and severe illness,
Mr. William Mattan, in the WJd year of his age.
His friends and relative* are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral, from h!s late i evidence, -No. 7 Sixth
street, this afternoon, at time e'oloek. The remain*
will be taken to Qrtvary Cemetery.
On Friday evening, Feb. 29, John Corcoran, aged 60
years.
The friends of the family are invi'ed to attend the fune
ral, from the residence of Mr. 0 Donnell, No. 2 Hall plate,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, this aftemo in, at half
past one o'clock,
JaiiKs M. Oarrom aged 36 years.
The relatives and friends of the family, the Continental
Chapter No. 18, O. D. A., and the order in general, are
respectfully Invited to at end the funeral, trom his late
residence, No. 129 avenue B, this afternoon, at *ne
o'clock. Tie membei a of the Chapter and order will
meet at the Chapter rooms, No. 827 Bowery, to day. at
H o'clock. '
Philadelphia and I.oog Island papers please copy.
On Saturday, March 1. J. J. Essies, son of Andrew and
Catherine Evans, aged 22 years, fi months and 2 days.
Ti e fi lends and relatives, tnd the L'nlon H. A. C. No, 6
are respectfully invited to at'end the funeral, this after
noon, at two o'clock, from No. 128 Suffolk street, without
further notice.
Ob Saturday, March 1, Mrs. Fxtbkr Oatw, aged 70
years.
Ti.e funeral will take piece at eleven o'nlock to-morrow
morning, from No. lt!8 Kim street.
In this city, <>n Ttiur?diy, Feb 28, Mrs. Chariotth E.
M> At mkter. relict of Cjl. (Joorge W. McAllister, of Strath y
Hal), Bryan ooun y. *a., and daug'.itor of the late Robert
H. K*b?v. of A'beov.
vo satUi'iay, Mai iMJ i, Mak* uu?,, y^uiigeat
i!u|kt?r of John ud CknllM SUm, aged } j?ui i>j 5
Ml
the ftierds and relatives are reepertfolly invited to at
t*nd the funeral, from the residence of Her parents, t>
inotiow, at twwe o'olook, from Fifty- Brat itreet, be
t??M Tenth and Eleventh mnan.
On Feturday, March 1, after a ahiit i'lnees, Kl**-noe
K Rouan, daughter of John AM Mar; H. Roberta, aged
6 TMkii aid 8 mmtbs.
The relatives and friends of the family are requested to
attend the funeral, this afternoon, at two o'eiock, from
the residence of her parent*, No. 194 ?11 zibet h street.
Ban Francisco paper* plea>e copy.
On Saturday, March 1, Kiuac.it McKitmtt, eon of John
MeKinney, aged 1 year and 2 mjnt.hu.
The friend* end acquaintances of tLe ftaiily are reaped
fuEy invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon, at two
o'eu>?k, firtin the residences hie father, No. 179 Orchard
itieet.
On Friday, Feb. 39, Edward Kkrmb, infant eon of Ed
ward and Catherine Kerns, aged 13 month* and 24 days.
The friends of the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend the fhaeral, this afternoon, at two o'clock, from the
residence of her parents, No. 238 Cherry street.
In Brooklyn, on Saturday, March 1, Mrs. Elbnor Dnt
bam, aged 66 years.
Funeral this afternoon, at three o'cloek. The frienda
and acqueiatancee of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend, from No. 232 Hudson aveoud.
In Brooklyn, on Saturday morning, March 1, Haijq
M^iOAnkT, wife or Alexander P. Middle ton.
The funeral will take place from her late residence,
Queen avenue, to-morrow aftsrnoon, at two o'clock,
lie remains will ha taken to Greenwood Cemetery.
Mary 1 villa, Cel , and Philadelphia papers p'eaae copy.
On Fiiday afternoon, Feb. 29, Hugh Ct Relit, aon of
Win. O'Reilly, E*a., aged 43 year*.
Bis r emaiss wfll be taken from his lata residence, No.
88 South Sixth street, Brooklyn, E. D., to-morrow after
noon, at half p? at two o'cloek, to St. Peter and Paul's
Church, where funeral services will be parlor aed, and
from theroe to CStlvary Cemetery. The relatives and
friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the
fu serai, without furth?r invitation.
tfuedenly, on Friday evening, Feb. 29, Mrs. JclU Con
x kll, wile of William I 'onnell.
The frienas of the family are invited to attend the fu
neral, from her late residenlt. Ross s'reet, near the juns
?ion of Division avenue, Williams 3urg, at two o'clock.
The remains will be taken to Calvary Cemetery far Inter
ment.
Suddenly, in Jersey City, on Tharadar, Feb. 28, of dis
ease of the throat, Margauita Ln wife of Riley A. Par
ker, aged 80 years.
The ij lends and relatives of the family, and the mem
bers of Columbia Ledge Xo. 63, 1. 0. ot 0. F., are respect
fully Invited to attend the fnnerat, this afternoon, at two
o'cloek, from the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sjuth
Sixth street, without further notice.
The remains of the late T. F. Brjccb having arrived
from San Francisco, will be interred In Greenwood Ceme
tery, of which iue totfee will he given in the daily Hsb
a id. For further parti julars inquire of J . Winterbottom,
194 Spring street.
ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAL
PKRSOJIAL.
A
JNFORMATION WANTED ? OF A YOUNG MAN NAMED
Joseph Gough, who left h's uncled, in Washington street,
iout two weeks ago. any one knowing him, or where he is'
will confer a lavor on his cjusin, John Roche, by tending a few
lines to 418 Tenth street, ln care of Mr. Murphy.
D.OH,1 ? ?
1 You are a married man; becaretul. m FRANK.
I
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F MR. Z. A. Y , OF CINCINNATI, IS IN TOWN. HE
will And a letter tn his address at the Broadway Poet office.
VTELLY HAB WRITTEN A TBIRD LETTER, DIRECTED
Av as before. Call after It at 12 o'clook to-morrow (Monday).
Nelly, fears a ? judges her by bimself.
She Is as clear aa day. No change tn her address.
J W. WILL FIND A LETTER AT THE BROADWAY
Post office from E. R. W.
LOST AMD FOUND.
"EWUND? IN THE TBIRD AVENUE. A POCKRTBOOK,
X* containing a little money. By proving property and nay
ing for this advertisement, the owner can hare the same, by
calling at 137 First avenue, fourth floor.
L OSTEON FRIDAY EVBKING, 29TH ULT., ABOUT
10J? o'clock, in one of the Amity street stages, between
Nlble's and corner of Hammond street, a atone marteutrlctoi lne,
with yellow silk lining, marked Stewart, with black sewing
silk. The finder will please send It to 14 Warren street, up
stairs, and receive a auHa?le reward. W. D. oTEWART.
T OST-A WBITE AND BLACK SPOTTED LARGE DOG,
. ? Tare to the name of Jack.
return to No. IS Clinton
lj with croppo4 ears and tall; answere to the name of Jack.
A liberal rewanTwill be paid for his
Notice.? tbe public are hereby cautioned
and forbid paying or negotiating two ohecks, one orawn
by John J. Searing .and one are vn by J. H. and J. J. Searing,
agents, for about 875 and 8100, to the order of J. G. Burnap,
Seere'arv, or Moaes Powell, Treasurer, and dated on or about
July. MM, on the Irving Bank, N. Y., the payment having been
stopped. JOHN J. S4AR1NG.
J. B. A J. J. SuiRiiro, Agents.
Thread lace veil- lost at kiblo's saloon, on
Saturday morning, at the Philharmonic rehearsal, a black
thread lace veil. A suitable reward will be paid for Us return
<0 30 West Twenty first street.
REWARDS. ?
tOC REWARD. ? STOLEN OR TAKEN THROUGH A
?Taiu mlc take, on tM evening of February 9, from No. 7
College place, a large Iron body valine, covered with russet
leather, wl h large bran rivets, and secret plated look, con
taining business papers, of no value to afiy one exoept the
owner. Any one delivering the said valise and papers at 246
Washington street, will receive the above reward aid no ques
tions asked. adisqn qardnkr.
?ln REWARD.? LOST, OK 1ST IMST , GOING FROM
<V I U Front street through William to Maiden lane, a tin
match box. containing a one bundled dollar bill on the Ocean
Rsnk. Whoever will return the same to 57 Front street will
receive the above reward and oblige.
REWARD.? LOST. A GOLD LOCKET, FOB CHAIN
and two pencils attached, on Thursday, Feb. 24, in re
turning from Twenty ninth street to Third avenue, down Third
avenue to the corner of Broome and Forsyth streei. Inquire
at iOb)i Broome street.
40 ? MEMORANDUM BOOK LOST, ABOUT 9TH INST.,
?JPO . maroon color, in pocketbook form containing some
housekeeping bills against the owner and full of pencil memo
rands, measurements, Ac. The above reward will be paid for
it at 2 tO Pearl street.
d?0 REWARD.? LOST. A BADGE. NO. 249, OF TH*
<Pa Fire Department Ant person tvho will return the same
to J. Rogers, at the Hazard House, YorkviUe, will receive the
above reward.
THE LECTURE SEASON.
Tk/1 ERCANTILELIBRARY ASSOCIATION. -THE BOARD
ill of Dlreclors have the pleasure to announce th it the Hon.
Edward Everett will deliver his address on '? The Character of
Washington." at the Academy or Musts, on Monday evening,
March 3, at 8 o'clock. Tickets to members 25cents, 11' procured
at the library or at tke down town office. No. 2 Nassau street
To non-members, 80 cents. R. H. TIMPSON.
Chairman of Lecture Committee.
Rev. j. s. inskip will deliver a lecture in
tbe Brcoklj if Institute on Monday, March 3, at 7}, P. M.
Subject? A review of Bishop Hughes' recent lecture in Bal
timore. Admission 25 cents.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
UNITARIAN SOCIETY. WILLIAMSBUKG.? RH V.
Mi-. Richardson, pastor of the Unitarian Society worship
ping Id Trenor's Academy, No. 90 Soulh Eighth street, Wit
liairsbuig, will deliver a discourse this (Sunday) evening, at
o'clock, on "'ihe Mercantile Element in Moral*." Tae
public aie invited to attend.
~ ' THg BALL BEASOY.
Annual military and civic 6all of the se
cum! Company Washington Continental Guard, will take
Since at the Apollo Rooms, on Tuesday evening. March 4,
!Sfi. T'ckeUfl. To be proctued at 4,3 Grand street, 280
Eighth avenue and 142 Charlton street.
R. B. CONLIN. Chairman,
John P. Lansing Treasurer.
W. 8. Mourns, Secretary.
Grand hall? at the reoukst of her friends
and pupils. M'Ue CAROLINE VEZIENS will give a
grand ball on Thurday evening, March 5, at her dancing
aosdemy, 21 Heward stieet To commence at 9 o'c'ock.
Tickets 91. Dancing school and private lessons attended to
every day.
VfOTICE.-THE FRIENDS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB
Xl who have not received Invitations for the ball can be ac
commodated this day, Sunday, by calling at the Pickwick Ho
tel, 29 Bowery, corner of Bayard street The Secretary will
be In attendance.
mHK AN?UAL~BALL ~ ~
DODWORTH'S CORNET BAND
Will be given at
NIBLO'S BALOON,
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 3d.
TICKETS, $i.
POLITICAL.
Eighteenth ward-citizens, attend, all per.
sons in favor of Ihe election of Millard Fillmore lor Presi
dent, and Andrew Jackson Donelson, Vice President, are in
vited to attend a ratification meeting, on Tuesday evening,
March 4, 1806, at the Demtlt Dispensary, corner Twenty third
street and Second. avenue, at n o'clock, P. M. Hon. Charles
C. I.athrop, of Louisiana; Hon. James Brooks, nf New York,
and other eminent speakers will address the meeting.
ISAAC J. JHJVKR, Chairman.
For fire wardrn, wm. h. Mcdonolgh-ho.sk
Company No, 25.
PIONEER FILLMORE ASSOCIATION, NO. 1, EIGHTH
ward, organized Jan. 19, 186ti, headquarters 183 Sprint?
street, will hold a meeting for the enrolling of members on
Monday evening. March :i, at 8 P.M.. at tbe above place.
Eminent speakers from ?' the people" will address the meet
ing. As this association was formed before the nomination,
Iherelore they claim, and wi'l maintain, their name and posi
tion, and would recommend other wards to organize and award
us our true position. Ameticens from all part es are I nvited
to attend. By order of DAVID J. OAKLEY, President
James Osbok*. Secretary.
Hemiv A. Morgan, Correap'log Sec'y, 36 Domtnlck st
Associations formed aiace tne nomination wil. please report
their organization to our Secretary as above.
THE BUCHANAN GENERAL COMMITTER OF THE
State of New York will continue to hold their meetings at
the usual time and place, every Wednesday evening, at 7
o'clock.
EXPRESSES.
FRPKMAN a Oii.'S EXPRESS FOR CALIFORNIA
Oregon, Sandwich Islands and West Coast of South a tne
rlea.? Greet reduction of rates. Oflea 59 Broadway. Con
nectipg at ?aa Francisco with Laugton't Pioneer Express for
tlarramento, MarysvtLe. the Northern mines and California In
leilor generally. Our next express will leme per United
Stiles mnll steamer Illinois, on Wednesday, March 5, at 2
o'clock P. M . In charge of a sueclnl messenger, freight re
reived until 12 o'cIock, and small parcels, letters, Ac., until I
P M. on Ihe day of sailing.
FREEMAN A 00., 50 Broadway.
SPORTING.
TMRDS, BIRDS.? A NEW STOCK OF IMPORTED CA
X) narlns, muleys, bulflnohee goldflnehee, chaffinches, blank
birds, thrushes, larks, blackheads, siskins, linnets, parrots,
pigeons, Ac., f<tr sale by H. KRSTNER A BROTHER. 78 Ful
ton street, and ins WP'tsm ?'?ee' Se?we?n Fracifi.it ?'
H^nuse. M. it.- cages and bird seed tor ta:?.
WECUL VTICSI.
At an adjuvhnid MmiNo or the inhabi
taata ol York?me, be 14 at tM bo .?? of Hdward Lantoc,
Thud kTtuue oca- r.igovfstxth street, on Tuesday evening,
26 lb Feb , I rbb. U&'rge W. Jaq i ??, Cbalrtnaa . cacisd lite
meeting to ofder, ar.a Jim Iiltr was appointed secretary.
The r?pon <?f ibe ounmiiueeappouird a' a meeUng held at the
Ha-ta/tl Hutuc, oa Lhe evening af the 7<b Jar. lw,wHMd,
aa fol'uwv:? Your committee report that in compliance with
their Instructions, ihey waited upon the PreeMent or the Third
A venne Kaii/oad > 'ompair and dated their desire to have the
h habitants of Yorkvllie better acconmodated la their transit to
the Cltj Hall, and that tier were very eiurteousiy received by
the rresldcnt, who discussed various plana with them, and ex
prewed the wiab or the company to have satisfactory arrange
ments made for the people of Yorkvi la; and the President
?'?o proposed that the can tliould rin direct lrom Yorkville to
the lty Hall, as iocd as the spring would permit. Your com
mittee to respecUully submit tM following resolution* for
youradoptlen:?
Resolved, I hat the report made by the Chairman 01' the Com
mittee on Kailroada lo the Board o: Aldermen, and Resolutions
that the l bird Avenue Railroad Coinpanv be directed to run
cari trom Yorkville o the City Hall evrry ten minutes during
the day, meets with tbe hearty approval or this meeting.
hcoivert, that ibe thanks ot ti,e Inhabitants of Yorkvllie are
due 10 W. A. itariing. K>q., P resident at the Third Avenue
Railroad Company, tpr hi* exertions to keep the commuoicv
tk,n between Yorkvllie, to and (mm thetiiy Halt open during
tbe f- vere snow niorina m the month patt, oy which eu?r<y on
his part tbe passengers were enabled to get lo tbe city daily,
with very lltt'e Intert option
Berolverf, That tho proceedings of this meeting he publish
ed in ull the city papers. GEO. W. JAQUE4, Chairman
Levi RritAGtnc, Vice Chairman.
jAtiks JHUS, Secretary.
T IQOOR DEALERS' MEETING. ? THE REGULAR
JLj monhly meeting < f the Hew York Liquor Dealers' Society
v^ll be held at National Hall, Canal street, cm Monday even
ing, March 3. at 7)j o'clock. Punctual attendance is respect
in !j requested, as business of importance will be presented.
K. C. MONIGOMBR?, President.
A. M MATHfkWS, Vice President.
GVMAVV* A. Rav/, Recording Wecretary.
Members will take notice that their cards of membership are
not tranaferiable, and that no persan will be admitted wUbou
i hem
pi JL pawn
broken will be rigidly enlosced, and that herea'.ter all com
plaints made for tie vtolallon of the name will be Immediate*;
sent to the Corporation Attorney for prosecution.
fKRK ANDO WOOD, Mayor.
Sections X, 2 and S. All persona eternising or carrying on tfes
business of a pawnbroker ihall obtain from the Mayor, nndat
his band and seal, a license for the aame, and eater into a re
cr rnirance with two tnfflclent sureties to the Major, AhVsrmet
and Commonalty <n the sum of Ave hundred dollars, condi
tioned for the due observance of all such ordinances of the
Common Coui ell as may be in firce respecting ptwnbraken
at any time during the continuance of such license,
Bee. 4. Every pawnbroker shall keep a book, in whleh shaL
be fairly written at the time of each loan an accurate account
and description of the goods, article or thing pawned, tbe
amount ot money loaned thereon, the time ol pledging ths
same, toe rate ot interest to be paid on sueh loan, and the nanM
and residence of the person pawning or pledging the said good*
article or thing.
Bee IV. Kvery pawnbroker shall, at the time of each loan, da
liver to tbe person pawning or pledging any coeds, ardcle ot
thing, a tpemorandum or note, signed by htm or her, oontato
log the substance of the entry required to be made In hie or her
book, by the last preceding section; and no charge shall b?
made or received by any pawnbroker, for any such entry, me
morandum or not*
Bee 6. Tbe said brok shall, at all reasonable times, b?
opened lo the inspection of the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen,
Assistants and speolal justices for preserving the peace of the
slty of Hew York, or any or either of them, or of an t person
who shall be duly authorized In writing for that purpose, by
any or either ot them, and who shall exhibit such written a?
thoilty to such pawnbroker.
Bee 7. fcvery pawnbroker who shall vlo'ate, or neglect,
or refuse to comply with any or either of the provisions at
the iourtb\ fifth or sixth section of this title, slmll. toi
every inch offence, forfeit and pay the sum of twenty-Ovs
dollar?.
Bee. 8. No pawnbroker shall ask, demand or receive t?a>
greater rate or interest than twenty -five per cent perannuss,
upon any loan not exceeding the sum or twenty five dollars;
or Ulan seven per oeat per annuo upon any loan exceeding
the sum o( twenty-Are dollars, under the penalty of one ana
dred dollars for every audi otl'enee.
Sec. 9. No pawnbroker shall aell any pawn or plege untt
e same shall hare remained one year In it's or her pqpaes
sion, and all auch Bales shall be at public auction and not
otherwise, and shall be made or conducted by each aouttoneei
as shall be approved of for (hat purpose by the Mayor of the
dtv of New York.
tec. 10. Notice of every such sale shall be published for al
least twelve days previous therein In one or more of the dafly
, newspapers printed in the city of New York; and such notlot
?hall specif* the time and place at which such sale Is to tska
place, the name of tbe auctioneer by whom the the same is M
be conducted, and a description of ihe good* or articles to be
sold.
Sec. 11. Tbe surplus monev. if any. arising from any suck
sale, after deducting tbe amount of the loan, the Interest then
due on the same, and the expenses of the advertisement aad
sale, stall be paid over by the pawnbroker to the person whe
would be entitled to redeem tbe pledge in case no sueh sale
had taken place.
Bee. 12. No pawnbroker shall make any loan on the sepa
rate or divided part or parte of any one ariiele or thtng, and
which article or thing shall have been offered, entire or oat
lectivejy, to him or her, by way of pawn or pledge.
Bee. 13. Mo pawnbroker shall, under any preteaoe what
ever, purchase or buy any second hand furniture, metals ot
cloth* , or any other ariiele or thtflrwhatever, offered to hun
or her ss a pawn or pledge.
Sec. 14. fever y pawnbroker who shall violate or neglect, ot
refuse to comply with any or either of the provisions of the
eighth, ninth,- tenth, eleventh, twelfth or tkoieeniii section e<
this title, hhsll, for every auch offence, forfeit and pay the sum
ot one hundred dollars.
A SONIC, ?THE MKMBERS OF.PACIFIC LODGE, NO.
233, of F. A. M., are hereby notified to meet at the lodge
M
fraternity
are respectfully Invited to attend. B v order of the W. M.|
8. J. VaNVORST, Secretary,
Notice.? the annual election of directors
of tbe New iork and Virginia Steamship Company wil
be held at the office of the company, 32 Broadway, on Tuesday
March 4, between the hours or IS o'clock M. and 2 P. M
FREDERICK W. PLKA8ANT8, Bee'y.
OU. A.? CONTINENTAL CHAPIER NO. 1#0. U.K.?
, The member* are hereby noilfled to attend the Chapter
at their rooms, 327 Bowery, on Sunday, at 12 o'clock precisely,
for the purpoi e of making arrangements for the funeral of oar
late brother, James M. Carroll. The members of the Order in
general are respectfully Invited to attend in full regalia.
J. H, Anmnso*, 0. of the 0. h. D. shauut, sacherp.
OFFICE OF THE MANHATTAN OIL COMPANY, NO. 16
Broadway, New York, Feb. 28, 1806.? The annual mast
ing of the itookholders of the Manhattan Oil Company, for the
election of directors, will be held at the ofHce of the company,
in the cltv ol New \ork, on Monday, the 10th day of March,
l?t>. at 12 o'clock M. The transfer books will be closed Iron
the 1st to the 10th or March, both days Inclusive.
JAMES M. MOTLEY, Secretary.
OFFICE OF TH1 GOVERNORS OP THK ALMSHOUSE
Rotunda, Park.? New York, Keb. is, l*St>.? Proposals
forcoai. Sealed proposals will be received by the Governor*
of the Almshouse, at their office, Rotunda, Park, until 3 o'clock
P. M., ofthe 4ih ol March next, to furnish from 500 to 1.0M tons
of beet qunUty white ash storecoal; each ton to consist of 2,240
pounds, and to be delivered from the yards of the contractor to
tbe carta furnished by the Department, under lnipectiou of a
person appointed by the Uovernora, in aueh quantities ai may
lie required lor distribution ; If afloat, to be delivered at
Bctlevne Hospital, toot of Twenty-atx'-h street, Esst river, La
the carta provided foe that purpose, tree of expense; and the
proposa's to headdresses to the t'omruHtee on Supplies, Ro
tunda, Park,where further iut'orinaUon can be obtained.
OFFICE OK TI1E GOVERNORS OF THK ALMSHOUSE,
Feb. 27, 1866.? P.oposala.? To carpenters.? Sealed pro
posalawill be received by tbe Governors of the Almshouse at
their office, hotunda, Park, until 2 o clock P. M. of the 3d
March next, for flooring with l.'i inch narrow Georgia plus
plank the lower hall and recesses of the f.unatio Asvlttm on
BlackweH'a Is and. 1 be plan and specification of the work
can be seen at their office, where further information can be
obtained. Security will be required for the faithful perform
ance of tie contract.
PhTkRbVILLE BOM18TEAD ASSOCIATION,? THK
tegular monthly meeting will be he'd at Miliary Hall,
>o. 1P3 Boweiy, on Monday evening, March 3. Punctual at
tendance is requested. 1'. a POTTER, President,
SPECIAL NOTICE.? A MhETING OF THE COMMITTKE
on stieeti of the Board of Aldeimen will be beld on Mon
Jay, March 3, at No. 8 City Hall, at 2 o'clock P. M., In regard
lo the ex'ennlon of Chambers street to James slip. Parties to
tereated are respectfully invited to be present.
Aid. JOHN H. BRIGG3. Chairman.
Aid JaMKS GRIFFITHS.
Aid. JOSlAg W. BROWN.
QPICIAL NOTICK.-A MEETINO OF THE SPECIAL
O Committee ol the B< ard of Aide-men, in relation to the prac
tice tdopted by the Eighth Avenue Railroad C nnpaay, of
throwing tb? mow from their track* on both sidei of the itreets,
will be held at the otllcs ol the Cierk of the iJommou Council,
No. 8 City Ball, on Monday, March 3, 1866, at 3 o'cl ck P. M.
Pat lie* intereated ate lespeeUully lnvlte<l to be preaent.
Aid. P&TER FULMER. Chairman.
Aid. J. H. VALENTINE.
Aid. WM. McCONJCEV.
REMOVALS.
lora-lV OuNSKQU K H < ' K OK THK INTENDED
J0t)0. alteration of the Irving House, we will remove, on
Tuesday, March 4. to our new and beautiful atore, 469 Brpad
wav. where we will be happy to have tbe continued patronage
of our friends and public. Our spring a' vies, which will then
be opened, consisting of fancy shirtings, in linens ana muslins
of French ?nd Kngllsh manufacture. Also a complete assort
?sent of cravat*, ties, gloves, hosiery, robes dechtmbres, Ac ,
all of which car not be surpassed in beauty or neatness ol taste,
.1 ai'KHON A i'CRDY, 28! Broadway. li ving House,
Dmc-mahon, coonbkllor atTaw, has'TEE
? moved his office to 271 Broadway, corner of Chambers
street, In the Shoe and Leather Bauk building. Rooms 12 A 13.
Luther r. marsh, attorney and counsellor,
has removed his office to No. 271 Broadway, corner o?
Chambers street, over Shoe and Leather Rank, moms 14 aad
1#. _ L. R. MARSH. 271 Broad war.
Removed.? a. mauborgne, from PA1U8, UPBOL
a'erer. cabinetmaker and paperhanger, kegs leave to in
form his friends and the public in general that he has trans
tetred his establishment from 43 Henry ttreet, Brooklyn, to
lfifl Seventh avenue, near Twenty tlrst street, N. T. He puts
himself at the disposition of families to repair, polish and var
nish, at their houses, any kind of household furniture, such as
bureaus, bedsteads mattresses, curtains, carpets, Ac.
RUTAVRANTS.
OLD RIP WAKED UP AGAIN.? THK SUBSCRIBER RE
specttully Informs the entire human roee. that he has be
come the proprietor of the Rip Van Winkle Hrni e, 900 Hous
ton street, corner of Houston and Crosby, and that he has fitted
up that establishment In tho moat superb stylo, without the
all* bleft regai d to eipense. He will keep tbe best ef drink
able* and smokatyes, snd tbe meet readable of newspapers.
Including Pnnch, Young America, the Lis don Illustrated
News, Bell's Life, the Spirit of the limes, the New York 8e
rald, ,*c., Ac The bar and billiard room will be under the
aupet vision ol Mr. Alexander H. Trenchard, a Gentleman dis
tinguished for the amlabilltv of his manners and bla persona)
beamy. Lunch every day irom II A. M. till 1 P. M.. Chow
der frequently, by a distinguished professor. Cholera cases
attended to by Dr. Ward. Tbe elito of tbe medical and litesary
professions refresh at the Rip Van Winkle. On deck early.
Pipe down late; come on? Je sula pret I
GEO. W. JACKSON.
DAKCIKfl ACADEMIES
ADODWORTH'8 PRIVATE DANCIfG ACADR.
* ml*
No. 80# Broadway, Naw Yotk;
Mo. 1S7 Montague place, Brooklyn,
win oontlnue open untl the 1st of June, enabling those whs
commence at the present Cine to eompleie a fall quarter. Tba
classes art to arranged that beginners can enter at any time
#lth e?ual advantages.
DANCIKO ACADEMY, 63A BROADWAY.? MR. PER A
CHIO has the honor to Inform his friends anil the nubile
that be has composed a new dance, I'Amcrlcan, a splendid
and most faOiienab'e dance; anl everybody In one lesaou c in
be able to learn .'American. N. B. -Everyone in six lessons
nsn learn four dances, taught by M. PKRAOBIO.
I HK\< II A l> V K UTIHI". >1 1 ', V ?"<.
OM DKMANDE? 1 UN* BONNK, POUR UNR PERSONNR
d'ediica'lon, qui pent coudre et oul miidfios' .-?? '-r
i. u.e, p?i.. uou.t. iiuuiie uutve. a aorexaer A 290 Weit
22tte rue,
DRY GOODS, ate.
etc BROADWAY? GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE
Pro tithing Bautar. At 1M Fair of JM American
IntUtu'e at the CrysUl Palace. for IBM. a silver nudal wae
?warded to LEWI* 1 SEA CORD for ''best display of gen
Uemen'n furnishing articles." Rbirts and co'lara made to order,
and fitting warraited French bosoms without ompe-ltioo.
AT. STEWART A CO. WILL OPEN
. , NBW IPBINO SILKS,
On Monday , March 3, at
76 Ckkts ter Yxaii.
Broadway, chambers aad Beade streets.
A CASE OF PARIS HATS, FOR tSENTLKMEN, JVBT
received by GfcNIN, 2U Broadway, opposite St. Paul's
? burch.
Auction goods.-wo doztin hkmstitched cam
brie handkerclefs at It 60 per i1o?d, very cheap; also 350
black lace veils, new pattern*, atS.' 80, worth H. An exten
sive a??oruneat of embroidered bands, floaucings, edjttnsH aid
Insertion* In Swiss and cambric muslin*. Just received per
Asia, at PETBR ROBKR1S A CO.M. 375 Broadway.
A VISIT IN SEARCH
FOR THE PLACE 10 BDY DRY GOODS
KOM ADVANTlUaOl S,
_ MOST S tTISr*C ToBY.
Would bring any reasonable lady or gentleman to the just
onsluslou that
THE BOWERY HAVINGS STORE,
_ No. 126 BOWKRT.
Is the store where the best assortment Is kept, ami where the .
lowest prices are atked, where one price is
rigidly adhered to, and
. . ? T,HB rRI<? AIWAY9 marked IN CLAIN riUCRES.
All loiaign goods are bought oi' the importers, or it auction.
All domestic goods are received direct irom the mauutac
tut era
We have all torts of long and squire shawl*.
A great variety of men's and toy*' ?* ear.
An endless assortment of ladles' ...ess goods.
Every kind of linen goods.
A lsrge line ol drsperioe
A lull stock of mourrtng good*.
Lken bandkercblets, hotlery and glove*, towelling*, diaper*,
table eloth*, At; , Ac. , in abinoaBoe.
Many jobs from auction at astonishing low prices, and one
fact prove* this, that is, of ons ityle French gtaghans, we soul
last week over 11,000 yard* at Mil. per yard, and have more of
the same sort ictt ? probably the cheapest gojds in America.
{,000 karsbillss QciLTS? 12s. teaos
F. W. A W. K. GILLEY, 126 Bower?.
BAKOA1NB IN SILKS, RIBBOKS, MILLINERY AND
dry goods. 28 and 30 John street? War I war 4! war ! I !
sacrifice* In silks ribbons and dry goods ?Owing to the British
Minister being di?mlxsed, and the probability of a war with
England, the subscriber bas determined to sail out his stock
ot goods at once, sod now in toe time for the ladies t > show
ttemselves true Americans, as it la his intention to be the llrst
to take up arm* In defence of his country. Handsome rich
brocaded silks, for dresses, 3a; And changeable, at 3s.; rib
bons, tromtsc. to $10 a oieee; de lalnes, 10c.; Prmceae Ade
laide's, 10c.; striped Scotch ginghams. 36 inches wide, Is.; sill
velvets, all silk, 41; and every article in '.he millinery trade a',
a great reduction from auction nriees, as I am determined to
preset ?? the honor and dignity of this great and good republic;
and every one who is true t.? Irs cjuntry? Americans and
adopted citizens? will assist me in clearing out nv stooc, t>
give me an oppoitunity to be a second Washington in the Held
ot battle. Wnit is $30,000 for a patriot to low, when his conn
try calls him to protect her honor I
T. E. ISA ACKS, Agent,
tKaud 30 John street, corner Nautau.
C10RBETH AT WHOLESALE.?' WE ARB IMPORTING
J ard manufacturing all kinde of French. German, English
and American corsets, to which we Invite th? attention of the
trade. N. B.? Third avenue cu? pass the door.
GAYflOR, J5 Third avenue, near Tenth street.
CIORBBTS, CORSETS.? LADTErt GhTTINO ruEIh
J spring dresses (to Insure a perfect lit) *hou.d procure a
pair of our elegant fitting French wove corsets. Our price
are onl; half usually charged. GAY.iOR, importer and ma
nufacturer, 45 t'hird avenue, near renin street, aad 2ti3 Mxt
.venue. near Seventeenth ?ireet.
Economy 19 wealth.?
F.xsmine the stock of superb carpets.
Velvets, tapestry, Brussels and Ingrains,
At prices to suit Hie limes.
HIRAM ASDHR40N, 93 Bowery.
English parpets-of every description, at
unprecedentedJy low prices.
A. T. S TBW ART A CO.,
Broadway, Chambers and Keade streets.
From acction.-c.ooo dblai.vb dresses, all at
]a per yard.
3,000 printed lawns, at9o.
20,000 straw bonnets. at 2*. ; worth 10s.
1,000 doz. linen handkerchiefs, at In., very line.
Great sacrifice ma ie to efl'ect a speedy clearance o: the en
tl e stock.
One price strict'y observed. WM. PYNE, 230 Bowery,
Fashions.-mal'llv: dbmoKSSV, 87$ Aoidwvy,
informs the public that her bjanch store, 79>j Canal stree .
oppeslte Greene, will be opened on Munduy, March J with the
moat rich and elegant ilisolay of tasbion* ever oU-jred, under
the superintendence of Madame Gooda'l.
(1 ENIN'd BAZAAR, 513 BROADWAY.? GR AMD OI'BN
T lng day of laoe goodn nnil embro'.dcrief. Ou i'h<irt>day,
March 6, 1880, will be opeaet the largest, moit varied and
cheapest assortment ever ntlcred to the nisi'-jrntng pti jltc, on
Hlsticg o' Point li'Alencon, l'oin' Applique. II .niton Mechlin
Valencennes and thread laces; Freucti embroideries collars and
sets; lace do.;Honiton and Valenciennes capes, berths coiil'ure*.
Ac., Ao ; also. ?ome beautiful de.iigns In tbroad lace rhawl*
capes and mautlilas; all of which will be sold at prices to in
sure ihe attention of buyers. , Swiss cambric and guipure
bands at remarkably low prices. 5,000 French embroidered
collars at one half their value.
GkNIN'S Bazaar. 513 Biusdnay, St. Nicholas' Ho el.
GEN1N WILL ISSUE HIS SFRIHG STVLE OP ??f5N
tlemen's hats tor IKUti, on Saturday. March 1.
hen in. 214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's church.
GltNIN'S BAZAAR, 613 BROADWAY.? GRAND SPRING
opening on Thursday, March d, 1856. The public are
most respectfully in'ormed that on the day a>H>ve named, a
choice assortment of ihe latest novelties In ladles' and chll
dren's apparel will be on exhibition, ail of ihe very best make,
and sucb as cannot be surpassed. 41 paralleled, in this oiiy.
GBNIN'S Bazair, St. Nicholas Uo'el, 513 liraadway.
gENIN'tJ BAZAAR, 613 BBOADWAY, ST. NIC30LAS
Hoiel ?Milliners lrooi the country are invited to call on
ir??!ay, Match #, 1860, ana select their ladies' :m?l children's
pattern baoneta Cm the eprlna trade.
LJhEK HALL. 332 BOWERY-BGAN A CO.-TUE
proprtetoia take leave to intorm tUeh cualumera and the
C"}llc that they have moved their entire giouk of linen goods to
atove store, ? here they will from this time lorn ard continue
the wholesale, together with the retail, ot linens and dry good*
ot all kinds, at the lowest cash prices. They are all of their
own importation, and In ore'er to make a permanent urade,
they will retail them at the Importer's price* Their stock con
sists of linen ?beetin|, all width I and qualities: darn* itblt
cloths, white and brown; damask table 'mens, diapers, h inka
hack lowelings, napkin*, D*OyBes, white iwd brown ilrll ?.
checks acd strip ea, all warran'ed pure linen? together with ?
Urge lot of new aflta stripes and platls: a splendid lot o: black
silks, striped and eheoked; m us tins, brilliants, printed mutltns
and delaicee; a'so, cotton shearing by the ple-e or yard, cheap
On to morrow they will open, apart from 'h?tr aaaerai stock
500 pieeee ol' 7-8th and 4-4th shirting linen, irons SO to 40 cents
per yu4; 300 pieces of fancy linen, fro n 2ft to 30 cents per
ysrd. iheseiMUur goods wsra scat than oa eommi??lon and
they piefer selling them low at tfcetr store rnther tnan send
them to auctl m. There are no itsmaand or lankrupt's good*
Included In this list, and they will sell lower than any other
house having the save articfea. Having a buver al sais In
Ireland, they are in a poeilion, and are determined to sell low
acd estab Ish their house on tfce sime principle as the ' Old
Linen Hal'," in Dublin, Ladles are respectfully re<i nested to
examine ibe above stock, as ntiunling a large assortment in
variety and value, amongst them aril! be f >und a splendid lot of
*n damask ana snowdrop napkins, (rem tl to $160 per dozen;
tickens and bleached .muslins, cheap by the Dleoa; Mertlmac
calicos in great variety, at 10 cents per yavfi striped poplins,
fa large assortment ) fhjm 3o. to !x. Otl. per yard, with all othe"
kinds of dry goods, to meet the wants of spring purchasers.
LINKN HALL 332 Bowery.
LEADUEATER 'S A88IONME.NT. -FOR SALE, THIr<
wetk.lo close the assignment acounts, the following ex
Inordinary bargatos:?
6 cases superior fine long cloths, at 9 cents.
fi do. do. do 10 do
300 pieces brlllant* Is
10 pltces Irish linens 2s. 6d.
160 pieces napkin* l2->.
30 pieces plaid silk 5s. per yard.
& pieces cnlne do *s per do
160 dozen kid gloves 6s. per pair.
8 cases 4-4ths French calicos Is. 01. per yard.
250 barege delaines Is fid. per do.
150 chaill 2s. per do,
By order of assignees,
o. B. WILLIAMS A CO , ;i4; Broadway.
LAROK IMPORTATIONS OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH
calicoes. the most superb styles ever deaignel. are now in
com se of marking c IT, and will be ready for sale to-morrow
and ibe followin ( day, at the dry gcod* mart. 250 Bowe'v.
Ore price strictly observed. WM. PYNB, Proprietor.
March, iwxi.-iMp.iBTANt to those ABOUT lay
ing Id their silks, ribbons, millinery gools straw bonnets
and Mraw trlmmlDKS War againtt high prices, us I have long
iln< e declfci ed thai l will not be undersold by any other dealer
It the Union. Bv calling and examining my stock nt dress trim
mini;*, silks and ribbons, yon will find that I. sell them at less
than half the prices of any other store.
T. K. ISIACKS, Agent,
of N
28 and 30 John street, corner or Nassau.
NRW SPRING GOODS. ? LTON8 A JONES WILL9PEN
on Mot day, March 3, a part of their new stock of spring
goods, including a lot of very handsomefcoloi ed silks, at very
lownriaeaj a'so, a lot of beaitll'ui delaines, a'. Is. tid. a yard;
to which (Bey Invite special attention. 277 Hudson s reet, be
ween Canal and Spring.
VTEW f-HAWLS FOR THE SEASON?
i.i Received by the recent steamers, and now open at retail.
A. T. STEWART A O.,
Broadway, Chambers and tteade streets.
OPENING Day AT
QsNtn'a La mcs ' and Children's OcTFirrisa Bazaar,
? ? 613 Broadway, 8t. Nicholas Hotel.
JOHN N. ORNIN will open on Thursday, 6th insL, a mag
niHcent assortment ot ladles' and children's spring bonnets and
head dresres.
Alio, 100 sax tons of French (lovers, ribbons, 4c., Ac.
ON MONDAY, MARCH 3,
A. T. STEWART A CO.
Will open New Dkbss Goods, received by the steamers At
lantic, Etna and Asia.
Broad s-ay, Chambers and Reade streets
PARIS FLOWERS.? MADAME RLVINA GUERIfl, WO.
373 Broadway, up stairs, three doors from Taylor's .sa
loon, offers for sale a hanisome assortment ef French artificial
(lowers, feathery, materials, bridal wreaths and bouquets, of
the latest Importation.
Roues, robks.--arnold constable a co. are
now prepared to exhibit, at retail, their entire spring im
portation ot silk, barege and Organdy robes. N. B.-Novel
Ues received by every steamer.
wo. 02 Canal street, near Broadway.
RICHTEB, RIGADD a BRUNE, 110 LIBRRTT STREET,
have received, per steamers Asia and Etna, a full assort
ment of samplea of tnetr entire hp ring importation of ladles'
dress trlmmfngs, the greatest part of whioh is In port, and which
Ibey are prepared lo offer at the mest liberal farms.
s
aKKTY thepe^K
the low prices at ^}*|Ab^NnERSON ' W Bowery
SPR1HO VARIETIES, 1NWS.
On and alter Monday, March 3,
LORD * TAYLOR
will offer a very extensive and elegant assortment of
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
selected with much care expressly for their sprint) sal's, snd to
be deposed of at
IIF.MARRARLT SMALL ADVAlllT.
Particular attention Is directed lo
Twenty cases high lustre real India chesked and striped silks,
|nst opened, balng the newest and choi.-est spring styles?
asout 16.000 jnris, at from 50c to 7Bc. per yard.
256, 257 . 259 f nd ifil Grand street ;
And new numbers 47 and 40 < 'atherinc street.
OFRlNO FASHIONS FOR BOYP OF ALL .U1ES ON
O Thursday , Ms reh 8, the tea?on will be opened at GE.V'IhV
llswar. 513 Broadw ?y. ht. Nlcholss lloiel, wit'i a superb as
s< rtment of t>oy?' clothing of entire j new 'ttles and p4''ern?,
twVoi ???? <?' r -jfa?
and the most acomp tuhed cutter and designer of
boyi' appsrel in the United States.
mnr_
STKIPRD OINOHAHH?JOBT OPENED, F1VR CASES,
price la. ABMOLD OON?TABi>B A CO.,
C3 Canal stree:, netu- Broadway.
Sriuro MANTILLAB.
Tka iuWilb? baa iaa<0B?e4hla caw stvles of
spbi?o mantilLas and talmas.
1* osMrpaaaad, both in richness and variety,
M i ait il li.M*a>aMat sty e?of l'ari. made laee aad silk
goods, to *l*^Bewjnatiania. Ajao, low prised styles, nuUe
?p aijiiwaly tm tha Jobbing i rade.
Buyera from all sesdons are requeued to es!l w?d examine
tha dock, aa (bar wtfi be offered at low prices ud on the most
favorable terma. _ IB. 8. ML.L8,
Mm. BO and 82 Chimbtri alieet.
STELLAS? STELLAS? STF.LLAS.
9,000 Stella ebawta, iu K 30.
WM. PYNE. 250 Bowery.
" rruKT RUN I"? THESE HISTORIC WORDS ARE AP
X pllcable to tbe excitement manifested by tbe I Hirer por
tion of creaUoa who dally throng '.he warehouse of
H. U. LICHKNHTKI.N,
At No. 90 Bowert. coRNr.r. or Uedtek street,
Where he has now ready for Inspection the most exienslvs,
fashionable and superb assortment of
LADIfctf DBK8N TRIMMING RIBBONS
ever Imported into this country, including in the Hat all the
latest noveltlei of tha Parisian and English markets In
BAT AJID CAP RIBBONS,
Gauze, Satin aad Tailed Rlaboos,
AROrHiNK, Fancy and Plain Crapi.* as d Leisses, Bonnet
Silks and Satins,
LAWNS, I IORENCES, MARCEUNfH. OII.CV SILK, CROWN LININGS,
?LACE AND COLORED SILK TRIMMINii LACKS. PLAIN AND
HOCKrl) s KTK. rKENCB AND AMERICAN.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,
BONNET PRABES AND CROWNS, VELVET RIBBONS. TARLATONS,
PATTERN SONNETS, VELVBTS, ETC. , ETC.
The extensive nature of his arrangements enables h'm to
place the moat recen*. rovel'les of the European capitals be
lore bis patrons ilmost MmultanecuaJy with their introduction
to their native mart of ftu blon.
Kvp' v Sre/vrR
that cro'ses the Atlantic brings him consignments fram bis
agent, and the liberal nuoDcrt whieh he has hitherto received
baa stimulated his efl'oruno merit approbation.
WHOLESALE SOFT HAT WABBHOUSR.? MRRCH4NT8
aad dealers will find a complex assortment at the very
lowest prices for cash or olty aceeptanoe, at R. SC. WATRRS',
419 Broadway, one door above Canal street, wholessl* depart
ment 431 Broadway, up stairs.
nj E1SKEB jtJBOXHERS, 64 AND (6 JOHN STRBVT,
f T up stairs.
Importers aud Jobbers of
French bonnet*,
Fast Ions.
French ttuwars.
Strew goods.
Kibbuna.
Silks, Ac., are
Constantly opening a choice assortment of the above named
goods, of their own importation, received by every steuncr,
wklch they otter l'jr sale at ve/y low prices.
w
1LS0B O. HURT A OO..
IMPORTERS ADD JOBBERS OP
WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOOD*
adapted to man's wear,
Nos 80 ani ?2 William street, corner of Maiden tan*.
?n|IATIO!ia WASTED,
Adoption. -if any respectbale persons wi9u
to adopt a One healthy female child at the age of from
4 to; years, one at the age of 11 years or a boy at the ai;e
of 13 years, to learn a respectable trade, they can do si> with
each or all of the a^ove children. Tbe reason for parting
with them Is, tha". the tather Is a poor man, woo lost Uls wile
lart summer. Thoee wlsbliur tc ad op: will please address a
note 1 1 J. H., Broadway Post office.
A YOUNG MAN, WUOSK PRRfcKN'T ENOaGBMKNT
r\ expires this week, Is anxious lor a situation as entry clerk
or light, porter; Is able and willing to work, and la a first ra'e
packer. Retire to present and last einplorers A note ad
dressed R. F. M? Herald office, wi',1 receive Immediate atten
tion.
ARK8PECTAHLE MIDDLH AGED WIDOW WOM4.N
would like to get a situation to take charve of aud keep
clean teveral oincca. If necessary, could attend to tbe showing
ofiame for letting, Ac., and wouirt ae-:eptof verv moderate re
muneration. Apply at 099 Broadway, in the store.
AN AMERICAN LADY WISHF.S TO RKTURN TO CALI
l'ornia. where she has been lor four years, eithet aa com
panion or as assistant companion to a lady or family. Address
A F., Herald office.
AYOUNQ 8ENTLEMAN WISHES A SITUATION, AS
tutor or amanueisls and private secretary or as ooth;
Is pouted In the ancient and modern languages, belles lettren
mathematics, and oin write quick from dlc'atioQ. Has visited
many of the countries of Europe, and the changes In Its map
tor the last halt century are quite familiar. Home rather an
oS) eot than salary. Address <). P., Herald otllce
HKLP, HELP.-A YOUNG WOMAN. A PROTESTANT,
of neat and ti ly habits, is desirous of a situation In a
quiet, wealthy, religious familv, as nurse, chambermaid, or to
make herself generally useful; the most satisfactory teatime
nials can be given as regard! opacity and Integilty. Apply at
201 Orchard tL, corner of Houston et., or address Ann, HeralJ
office.
riTANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPEC 1' ABLE
VY woman, as plate cook, washer and Ironer. or to do ge
neral homework in a t-mali family. Good city reference given.
Apply at 44 West 30th ft
WA> TED- A SITUATION, BY A RESPECT ABLfc.
Protestant girl, to do gentra! boasework. is a good
warher and Irorer. and has no bl>J jction to go in the c luntry.
Can ghre city reference, t an be seen at 194 tlrand st , for two
days. ?
WANTED- ltY A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE AGED
lady, a situation, either aa housekeeper, in a widower's
family, or housekeeper and companion to an iuvalid ladv; she
wou'd nave to objection to travel with a family returning to
England: Is not subject to sea srckness; has good references.
Please address A. W., Herald office, for one week.
help w&mao.
inn MANTILLA MAKERS WANTKD.? TO~GOOD
lull hands the highest price and constant work will be
slTMt None others a?ed apoiy, to A. M. k R. Davie*, :??"> and
397 Broadway, up stair*
Zl\ MILLTNEKS WaNTRD-IMMRDIATELY. ALSO,
' Ju severs' good trimmers. Auply at Noa. 20 and 21 John
* reel; up stairs.
CAPTAIN WANTED-A GOOD MAN, OP UNDOUBTED j
character, to take "barge of h s'eamer. lie must h%ve from !
$3.00i to SA.000 to loan his employer*. Address, with real Dane,
amount of capital and ref erenow, kai 4,0X1 Poet office.
tIARPKT SALESMAN WANTKD ? ONE WHO CAN
) come well rocmnmmided. Inquire at ltil Atlantic street,
Brooklyn, of Jto. O Latimer.
Drug clerk wanted? is a first class retail
store, one oomptitent to put up prescriptions required .
? one others need apply. Call at Dr. Ballard's office, !U0
Broadway, tor three day*.
Mantilla handr-goob mantilla hands
* anted, at 89 Crosby street.
vriiumnt wanted? a saleswoman wanted,
ill Bar the mtlMnery department of an establishment in a West
ern city. None but experienced bands need apply. Apply at
42 Cedar street, tecond floor, on Monday and Tuesday, at
9 o'clock.
M1LLINRR WANTED? A BONNET TRIMMER WANT
ed. in a millinery establishment, In a Western otty. None
but experienced hands need applv. Apply at 9 o'clock on
Monday and Tuesday, a'. 42 ','edar stree', second tloor.
MiLLINKRS WAVTED-KXPKRIENCED HANDS. AP
ply Immediately a* Weed's mourning store, 499 Broad
way.
WANTKD? A M 1 1.1. IN" ER, WHO UNDERSTANDS
trimming silk and fancy bonnets and selling millinery
Kccds, to go <o Louisville, Ky. Apply at 202 Broadway.
WANTED-A FIRST RATE MILLINER; ONE WHO Un
derstands her business thoroughly. None other need
apply. Inquire at No. 6 Bond street.
U ANTED IMMEDIATELY? TWELVE GOOD MILLI
TT ners, six first rale trimmers, and four young ladies to
attend a millinery store; none need apply but those who are
expei lenced in the business. Apply at S9X Division street.
WANTKD? IMMEDIATELY, THRKK GOOD MILLI
ners, to tnske bonnets Ac., for a more in the South, con
stum employment, given, and good wages paid; niu?t be lir.-it
rate. Apply at 116 Hudson St., up stairs, tor Mr. SUlimtn.
WANTED-80 GOOD MANTILLA HANDS. TO 8UCH
good pay. and weekly ; also one accustomed to crimping
and pinking. Apply between 8 and 12 o'clocc a. M., at ISA
Broadway.
WAN1EO? A GOOD AMERICAN WOMAN COOK. AF
ply at 171 Cuane it. WALLER JL STONE.
fTTAhTSD? A GIRL, AS GOOD COOK. WASHER AND
TT ironer, and otherwise willing to make herself useful.
German preferred. Must come recommended. Applv at 148
East 14th it., near 2d avenue.
ANTED- A LADY, Or THE HIGHEST RESPECT
ability, to wet nuree, at her own house, an infant lei*
than a month old, who has lost i s mother. The best references
given and required. Address box 2,024 Post office.
TIT" AW TED ? A FRENCH GIRL, TO TAKE DARE OF
ft two (4illdren, five and si* years of age, and to new;
one well recommended will get liberal wages by applying at
No 9 9th st. _ _ _ _
WANTED? A SEAMSTRESS AND l.ADY'H MAID; ONE
who understands dressmaking, and is willing to make
herself useful. A French woman, or some one speaking
French, preferred. Apply at No. 20 East 231 st., after 12
o'clock.
WANTED? A BOY, IN A REAL ESTATE OFFICK;
mtut coma well recommended as to honesty. Apply to
II. Merrl't, 49 3d ave, from 7 to 10 A. M.. aad from ft to 9 P . M.
WANTED? A BOY, FROM 14 Tt) 18 YEARS OF AGE,
to wait He must understand opening oysters, and
have coed recommendations. Apply at the tu. Charles, 3 <7
ltroadway, corner of Leonard St., after 11 o'clock, A. M.
OTANT1D? A SMART BOY, ABOUT SIXTEEN YEARS
f T old. In r jobbing store, to make himself generally use
til. Address B. A 9* Herald office.
WANTJtC? AN ENERGETIC WOMAN, TO SUPKRIN
tend the washing department or a steam laundry. To a
person qualified good wages and steady employment will be
8 hen. Abo, four superior starchsrs wanted. Address Liun
ry, with name and residence, Herald office.
AIT ANTED? A PROTESTANT MAN AND HIS WIFE.
TT ooafarm, in Westchester county, a short distance from the
city. The man as farmer and gardener, and must have a know
ledge of stock; the wife to take charge of the dairy. Must have
unexceptionable city references sa to capability, lionasty and
sobr ety. Address Gardener and Fanner, Herald office, lor
three days.
WANTED? A WORKING FARMER. ABLE TO DO THR
Work or a farm, nsar this city. Mtut be American or
Scotch. Apply, with references, on Tuesday. March 4, at 1
P. M., at the office of Thomas B. Dlbblce, SI Wall St., corner of
wnmm.
WANTED- IE AWHOlSSALI IIOUSK, AN ENERGETIC
Jotirg mas, of good address and good business lialilt*,
as assfitart salesman ot icwe ry and tanjy gocds. and to make
hlmsel' otherwise useful ir.TIie establishment- Tim com muo1
cations which ghe the most complete and satisfactory par
ticulars abou! tre apnliemi his previous employm mt, age,
salary fxpc 'led, rcl(jreu':?;e. ?*<; Ve M>*v\r?d m
ence to others. A d<irea? Activity, Herald office, or box l,7li
Post office.
\\j antkd-"a "salesman i^ A LIOK^nTT GLASS
TT warehouse in Plilladtlphts; ^ne who l? -rfveri-nrod In
stlllnu looking giSfref.engraTitgf, 4e, rd whi. !< cim<>etent
in receitlrg tirdei* ft>r ibe above Nddreia with natnai "A,"
Clares of emftovtr.ert, ?a!arv raij'ifrei sad r?ro;an eolations;
also the age and poalUoti of the ay, ? taijU
^_.MKW CVBUCiTlONI.
B*r CBAK L YI T. -ORKa* !?? jK hale, at mo
Mowfry. where b'4li gu ttt buv^bi tkul aA lav
<?er plate In thia el'y; xnd with over, beoEjea ewtweK
tfctec else, worth from .? cents to |ioo. luioMMiiCteoR
of a large lot <* book*, n w on hw.d, mU <iU regard u> ooat in
eonsequeaee of hard -im tt, ualea ui c ulnae only 30 4eya.
Franklin Book Oomrany . See Mgn o t r?J flag.
HOVfiKHOLD WOKlit.
conducted by Charles Iilckeus.
LAff MVMitCl OK VOL (II.
MARCH.
Ttrme- Three *>!.'ftra a year or ttventy-Uve oenu a number.
8 .ibsrnters r?mi:uni( three dollars promptly in advance te the
publishers, wJI rer~ ve(Jb>) work foroi't year, pout paid, to H|
pwi 01 the United S tales a i.bin 3,000 mi tea.
-MX & El)ffA?I?, 331 Bro dwoy.
OCR OOl bIN BK jOTH -
This book is slnnlrg golden opinion! from all aorta of
men Iti last conoueit l? over one of our "republican" editor?,
wiij gives veot lo h's tee'iugs lu tie Co. 1 j ring verses. If there's
not much poetry. there's a food deal of truth In them, and
they t ite a very fair idea of me contents; "smooth water, we
all know, "runs <eep," and is sometimes dangerous:?
Frlnee Mackiavell. wis deemed the aetuteet
oi ail wbo the puib of diplomacy trod;
But I reckon vou'ii Had both the ' luteal and cutest"
Among then is "Solomon Smooth, of Cape Cod." '
Ihe "Ginera." gate hltu "a roving c immteslon,"
To wort puppet politics over the world:
AbO '.was be pulled :oe wires, sod took aim with preeMm,
When Poule and Sanders tbelr tbunlerbolte hurled.
I'raiik Pierce, in the kitchen," he nobly asslete-1
To "Uiiclcn the iw li'J of the "bltck inu4zltid plf,"
Whose "ehivairouK' grontioga (they say) If redsM,
With " dli est resu.ie to .he I'min" are big.
And while "Caleb" and "Jetl" w?re preparing a flounder
Called Cuba? a bsh never 'cooked" to this day ?
For Mercy, whom ?omt sty e the ? mudtrn expounder,"
Be did n small jen in the pant mending way.
All countries he roamtd, from Tahiti to Turkey,
"A M sorts Qf diplomacy" practised with tkilt?
Be the akies of hie politics sunbrigbt or murky,
We find the "cute Yankee" a mat-h (or them still.
Bia wit fa an aeld the' tries every system;
The pure goid escapes, but the tinsel Is burned;
And ne wonder Frank Fierce? who must sadly have mtse
ed him?
Went crazy with joy when his "envoy" returned.
If you're weary of ue in* a faction control us,
( r if yonr "backbone" is to bendli>g inclined;
11 yovi think the "black pig" thould not eat, holua bo' us,
1 he "swill" that to reed a whole herd waa designed;
It a diet of "dough" has not spoiled \ ocr digestion
And relish of sound, manly, orthodox t-nth.
Then purchase the oook, and beyond any question
You'll bless the t*ay pen of "Our roitsin Sol. Smooth."
THf. ,I1VI stcb*h or
MY COUSIN hMOul'?,
B Y ItMOTIITlTBNrLETOH.
Prfce? Cloth, 75 cents; oapcr. 50 cent*.
M11.LF.R. OHro.N A MU1.I.1Q AN. PublUbere,
2Ci Paik row, New York, wol 107 Otniwn^ street. Auburn.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY.
AN ORlulSAL AMtRK'AS MAUAZIKB.
mar-, a
Contbkw or No XXXIX.
Lite and Character cf H'. Augustine.
Owlosnse A Story of Reform and Reformere? In Three
Parte, Part 111.
Chester.
Mac.iulay's History of Eugi&ud.
Abu Hamood's Mti.e. fcnd '.he Ceura of Lobsnon.
I and My Chimney.
On the Pier. ?
Circe? A Slory oi Ptrit '.c ? he Sicbieen J> Century.
My Mission.
1 jv.dh In the Count < y.
The Gentleman's Shawl.
Sn.i Snap.
The- Mainkotf Marsei'lalse.
Ouv S'ja Coast Bei'eu -e. PortiC:a i >n System.
Efifo-ial Notes? An. > rjcr.n Lite.-asure and Reprints; the
World o:" New York.
Pu'tutm's Moothiy xay oe o^ta neil of booksellers, news
taenia, or ol the pus.'lfcbTi.
Terww? ' Tiiree do)!?ra a yar cr twentv five een s a number.
Those remitting three dollarx wli receive the msgazlee tree of
postage Pxitnam'N Monthly Mi-.l Uouseboid Words, Ave dol
kre. Putnam's Monthly aod t!,e Sib vilfePow, thi-ee dollars
and fifty cents. Ail three of the tr.&g-xinei, five dollars and
fifty cents.
Thi: ai>vb?tvkto ok
MY t OUSlN SMOOTH.
By riuciTHv Tumi'Lcton.
fchcw'.oE the man<' ,vr ng o: i Genera. Pteiceand his age its,
at home and abroac.
Mr. Bs.omon Htnon1.. ?&? b'.rn titid "growed" on 'he ex
treme go .th point cf i 'ape - od. He was one ot ihe nation's
cutea: sons, and iji sliti a? a Virctn.a hwt HU I'e-k'.ure*
wrre sharp, ard bis tare lull .<f penetration. He goeato Wash.
lnKten on a place rectirg arrai<d, and has the good, or ill for
tune, an it may be es'lftAttd t .? oucceed That hie li'ih ox peri
en :e. under a notoru h idin''ni?:rHiioi , mittbt no*, be l?t to the
worW, he tan writ'en i? down; und bis auaiot gatlre and 'rre
iiftikle humor will s.m\i?e whl.e thev ios'ruot.
Fuo-Cutm, "6 CBHts; Papkk, 50 Ucirre.
MiLLKK, OKION * MuLi.Iu \N. Pub Ishers.
iCr Pt -k row, New York aid 107 Geueaee street. Auburn.
THE SCHOOLFELLOW.
AX 1ILC9TKHTI.U HAIiAZINK l"OB BOVS AND'.IKLH.
MAR :tL
COST F.?W OF Na III
Go d and Silver? A Fairy tale, in five pirte. Part I. By A.
W. H.
A Story of SchooL Ky Wm. R. Hart.
About New York? The K migrants. By Philip Wallya.
A Negro Monarch. By J. i>.
Uueer Tom. By A. W. H.
Tiie Purries? 'ihe^asle. By *. *. C.
Brothers and Sisters; or, The Lessons of a Guetmer. By
Cousin Alice.
Better to Rejo.ce than to Grieve in Mlsioriune. By Bayard
Taylor.
'1 he Story of the G i-eat War. Bv J . W . P.
Fireside Fatclee. By Mary R. Bradley.
New Books. By Mary K. Bradley.
ILLtntTRATIONS
The Twins, Gold and fellver? Ihe blf King? the Cb'nauten
in New York? The hmlgran-s-A Nerro Monarcli, Faustin I.?
The Sable- Prinze Gortccbakotl? Waliacblan Peutnta ? A
Russian Blvo .ar in a Waliacblan Town? Pattern for Pin
cusbion-Paffrn f?r Book Mark.
Ibe Schoolfellow may be obtained of booksellers, news
agents, or of the pnb'lshers.
Terms? One dn. ar a y ear < payable In advtnce), or ten oantv
a number.
The mormons at bomb.
Pes -rlptive cl a tour through
KANSAS AND UTAH,
And or a residence at the
GREAT MA1.T LAKE CITY.
By Mrs. B. <). Frnius, wire of the lete United States Secretary
for Utah.
Oce viL, 12mo. Price 76 cents.
Fort ions < i tlm wnt k have appeared In ' ' f 'utnam'a Monthly,"
unlen i he tit e ot " Life among the Mormons." and have been
received by the press tod the public with the stroogesl evi
dence ot l ommendauon and interest. The fasllitica enjoyed by
the author for apprehending the general public polity of the
Mormon leaders, and lo/obaervlng the effect of tbla po'Jtr upon
the interior social and tamiiy life or the people, were anon aa to
tenure for her leport peculiar and permanent va'ue.
We add acme opinion* of the press an Unit portionof the
work thai appear* In " Putnam'* Month.*'':?
" Life among the Mormons" la continued In thin number, and
the writer painta to the life th? fearful wickedness o'tha ure*ry
1* fidelity and lemma' euormltle* of Mormondom. l*ande
? monlnm baa so spot In Christendom whee Iniquity!' carried
on more perfectly In a wholesale way than in Utah valley. A
heathen once turned away In dluuat from the Paphlaa urates
at Cyprus, and said the Cyprians hid deified lutt: but wig
ham Young and his gang couid give ler-oos to the Paphiau
priests ? Loaltvliie Journal.
The picture of the loaibrome den ot unclean beatts in the Rait
Lake Valley ia drawn tiy * lady's modest but lively pencil.?
Bur.'ington Daily Free Press
The problem of theoretic government in Utah ?? a so >ject just
now abserbing public concernment. It Is fortunate that ft na?
encaged the able pei ot 'he writer, who brings to ber aid dis
crimination and impartiality.? Mew York Herald.
I be naperof " Lire smong the Morm ra," recounting ihe de
tails ot an actual vial: to the Halt Lake se'Uemoat during the
past winter, ?rommes a record ot much needed nn'or ra loo,
by an lotelligert anil accurate observer. New York Eipreas.
"Life among the Mormons" is a aeasouab.e sketch of man
rers and customs among Ihe Latter Day X;?lnt* ?New York
Tribune. )>TX A EDWaKDH. 321 Broadway.
.VBWSPAPERS
IBM -lUiFffSAW LONDON Al.M A.N A . II AV
ICUU. Inp received a further large supply of this elexar;
ard useful pJhKoatmn. we have rs<lnoed the price to ?> ceoi*'
Trade, five conies t< r SI. and laiger quantises in prop.iriloi.*
C. MCKEE, Mumper, Foreign News Olllee. 80 Nassau street ?
Dublin tribi ne.? thtb nrw and popular
"Young Ireland" paper will be legularlv received by
ua, the sole agents fhr America, and la now on sale Suniitp
tlon M per year, all months at same rates U. M ;KHrt, Man*
ger, I orelgn N cwa ? ? lllce, 86 Nassau tt reel.
FOR 8ALE-A FII.lt OF THE NEW YORK herald,
IV r ihe pust IS months, in perfect order. Address loaes,
box 102 Herald office.
Frank LESLIE'S
H-.L.C8TRATKD NEWSPAPER.
No. 13,
Issued |) eaterilbv, contains the | following splendid en
gravings: -
Magnificent full puae engraving of United States screw steam
filial e Niagara . as sbe appeared before she was launched.
Large engraviug repreaentiag the launoh.
Portrait oi' 'ieurge Steers, the builder.
Miss Annie 0. Donnell naming the Niagara.
Scene folio a lag the launch: gathering the Una tug timber.
Interior of the new Methodist chureh, Newarf, New Jersey.
Portrait c: the pastor, the Rev. H Cor.
Portrait of Hudiop Simpson, N P. Bishop of the Me'bodfst
Episcopal Ckurrb.
Portrait ol' G. F. Tierce, D. D., Bishop or the M. E, Church,
South.
Sketch from the pn-cvsalin of the 0. U. A , a* tt passed up
Broadway. Fe' If.'. 18 W.
Portrait of dr. n. John A. Quitman, of Mlss'ssippi.
Portrait of Co'. J. L Orr, of South Carolina, orator, at St.
Tammany, Feb. 22, 18IK>.
Turkish Indies abroad.
Pi grims of Meccn. ?
Street In Atheni, kingdom of Greeoe.
Costume of Fn nih troops engaged In the Crimean w4r,
French expcdl' ion to phe Corea Archipelago -eight apiri'ed
views. Rnd all Jie newa uf the week.
Chess, by ac ercrrieneed Editor
Continuation ot *he thrilling romance, " The Last of His
Race."
Price ten cents, or $4 per year.
Office 12 and 14 Spruce street.
For tale at all news depots.
THE TRADED.
rro JEWELLERS. -A PRACTICAL JEWELLER WANTED
X as loremam of a factory. To one who understands the
munufacturingur jewelry in all its branches a liberal salary
will be given, or. such a oerson with some means w II be ad
mitted as a parte sr. The business is well established. Ad
dieits, with real name, box 1,0,'irt Poet office.
TO BRICKM A K F. RS ? T BR ADVERTISER, WHO PEE
fectly understands brickmaklng In all Its branches, and
being ? practical mechanic, and onn draught and put up the
eugtr e and machinery for either tempered or drr cJay, wishes
to make arrangements tor the coming season, or for a term of
y?srr. Undoubted references given. Address Retiry Koa
man, Ft at ofie
UfAKTED-A MILLWRBBHT AND FiriEB9. NOW*
Vf but first rale hands need apply. Also, a man to take
charge of the tools in s machine shop. Apply to Dunkia A Van
M len, 34? end M 2 It est Twenty seventh MrMt
" IKTELLIUENCR OFFICES.
EMPLOYERS WISHING good servants will find
iflpectable German, English, Hceich and Irish help, tor
hotela and private families at MORItlS COHNBT if*FS ,
5K7 Broadway ^corner Reade street; also, waiters, OOeahm n,
farmers, laborers, ,?c., at this or the i>rancb office, 102 Green
wich street.
EDUCATION.
STATE AND NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL. POOGH
keepale, N?w York. A new ay stem; training In the prae
UM Iflth hotiris, witnesses, juries, Ac ; extemporaneous speak -
Ing daily: professional tusiness ta'ishu Sect term commences
on the Rth ?( May. lion. Henry Booth, au eminent la wr?r,
has accepted a orofessorAlp. f. W. Fowler, "Sin., imliiiwl
1 rn'i'ssor. TestimonlR'i: - Mr, Fo* Sf Is the uMMt aceoin
aiiahsd prater norin of Mason A Hior's Hne."? Henry tJIar.
"Vfca trials snd argumsat* and (reoeral ? peaking of His oupi's
B- u -^i .. - -? ? i jsii. -a.
egress of Bachelor of Usi emfevred.? fiend tor eat\logi,,?
0 7. M. FoUst,

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